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Celtic – champion 1967

On May 30, 1967, Celtic faced Inter Milan in the European Cup final at the National Stadium in Lisbon in front of 56,000 spectators. The Scottish team beat the Italian 2-1 with goals from Gemmell and Chalmers, Mazzola scoring the goal for the Milanese.

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Feyenoord – 1970 champion

On May 6, 1970 Feyenoord met Celtic in the European Cup final at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza in Milan before 50,000 spectators. The Dutch team beat the Scots 2-1 with goals from Rinus Israël and Ove Kindvall, Tommy Gemmell scoring the only goal for the Glasgow side.

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Nottingham Forest – 1979 champions

On May 30, 1979, Nottingham faced Malmö in the European Cup final at the Olympic Stadium in Munich in front of 57,000 spectators. The English team beat the Swedish team 1-0, the work of Trevor Francis.

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Nottingham Forest – 1980 champions

In this case it was not only one European Cup but two, and consecutive. On May 28, 1980, Nottingham faced Hamburg in the European Cup final at the Santiago Bernabéu stadium in Madrid in front of 51,000 spectators. The English team beat the German 1-0 with John Robertson scoring.

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Aston Villa – 1982 champion

On May 25, 1982, Aston Villa faced Bayern Munich in the European Cup final, played at the Stadion Feijenoord in Rotterdam in front of 39,776 spectators. The English team beat the German 1-0 at the hands of Peter Withe.

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Hamburg – 1983 champion

On May 25, 1983, Hamburg faced Juventus in the European Cup final played at the Olympic Stadium in Athens in front of 75,000 spectators. The German team beat the Italian 1-0 thanks to a goal from Felix Magath.

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Steaua Bucharest – 1986 champion

On May 7, 1986, Steaua faced Barcelona in the European Cup final at the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán stadium in Seville before 70,000 spectators. The Romanian team beat the Spanish team on penalties (2-0) after drawing 0-0 during the match.

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PSV Eindhoven – 1988 champion

On May 25, 1988, PSV Eindhoven faced Benfica in the European Cup final played at the Neckarstadion, now the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Stuttgart, before 70,000 spectators. The Dutch team beat the Portuguese team on penalties (6-5) after drawing 0-0 during the match.

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Red Star – 1991 champion

On May 29, 1991, Red Star faced Olympique de Marseille in the European Cup final played at the Stadio San Nicola in Bari in front of 56,000 spectators. The Serbian team beat the French team on penalties (5-3) after drawing 0-0 during the match.

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Olympique de Marseille – 1993 champion

On May 26, 1993, Olympique faced AC Milan in the Champions League final played at the Munich Olympic Stadium in front of 64,400 spectators. The French team beat the Italians 1-0 thanks to striker Basile Boli.

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Borussia Dortmund – 1997 champion

On May 28, 1997, Borussia faced Juventus in the Champions League final played at the Munich Olympic Stadium in front of 59,000 spectators. The German team beat the Italian team 3-1 with goals from Karl-Heinz Riedle (2) and Lars Ricken, and Alessandro Del Piero scored for the Turin side.

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